Even though I doubt I get out West this year...it will happen sooner than latter. All this talk about a few of you heading out to WY or CO got me thinking.(What was that Hiawatha Dawn...you smell something burning???? )
At what elevation does one have to start playing with jetting and clutching?
What all has to be done to the clutch?
Does the jetting and clutching have to be kind of matched up or sync'ed?
Does someone have a chart or formula that is at least a starting point?
I have an 2000 700 RMK with ACCS (altitude compensating carburetor system from Polaris). Does that mean I would only have to mess with my clutch on the RMK?